School of Methodism Session Five: Worship

Jonathan Powers on April 15, 2024

Scholars of the Wesleyan movement presented at the first of the John Wesley Institute‘s regional events, the School of Methodism, February 9-10 in High Point, North Carolina.

The two-day event explored our history as Wesleyans, what we believe, how we read scripture, what it means to live out our faith, and how our lives are shaped and formed by the worship of God.

The School of Methodism is designed to equip participants in five areas: History, Theology, Scripture, Formation, and Worship.

Speakers dove into the riches of the Wesleyan movement and engaged the question of what it means to be a Wesleyan today, not only how we might think like Methodists but how we might live faithfully as disciples of Jesus Christ.

Below is the fifth session, Worship. Dr. Jonathan Powers, Assistant Professor of Worship at Asbury Theological Seminary, spoke on Wesleyans and worship.

Video of all five sessions is now available for viewing on this blog.

The next School of Methodism event will meet November 8-9 at St. Luke Church in Lexington, Kentucky. For more information or to register, visit IRD’s John Wesley Institute website here.

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